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Mar 20, 2013 4:00am EDT
would be practicing law at a small midtown firm. because i was mostly long or owned stock during the period of the greatest advance i can tell you. in confidence, guess what, it's -- it's off the record. off the record. we're off the record, right? i did pretty well. nonetheless, somehow i believe that -- had there been a twitters oty 30 years ago, i bet i would have been roundly criticized every step of the way for not knowing the true negatives for whistling past the graveyard, for not doing my homework, for being oblivious to the really horrifying concerns out there. 30 years later, the exact same conversation takes place online @jimcramer on twitter, join it, every day. even though i'm no longer bullish, i've been accused of being ignorant of every positive out there. i'm never saluted for being positive. same thing happens in my back and forth every day with very smart people who are forever trying to con -- i mean, get me to become more negative. now, in case some of you think i'm impermeable, please remember in 2008 when i told people to sell stocks at dow 10,000. fortunat
Mar 22, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. michelle? >> hey, there, me list sachlt just moments ago, the parliament of cyprus passed a crucial law that will allow for the restructuring of the troubled banks in this country. this is a huge step, because it helps meet the demand of european partners who were waiting for this in order to lend the country 10 billion euros. additionally, important to know that deposit holders with accounts less than 100,000 euros will be fully protected but those above 100,000 will likely be at risk. they'll have to execute over the weekend to meet the deadline by monday, that has been set by the ecb to keep supplingly kwidty. melissa? back to you. >> michelle, thank you so much for that. mike, just quickly in terms of the market action on monday, do you think we're going to respond to this? >> probably see a mild bump to the upside, but really, the issue here is, are we going -- i just don't think it's that important thing. >> all right, our time has i'm melissa lee. "mad money starts right now." >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game! he's nuts! they're nuts! they k
Mar 25, 2013 4:00am EDT
customers for every penny they are worth, they have been banned both in law and in practice for over a century. now, here on "mad money" we play oligopoly, which is the next best thing. when you find an honest to goodness old oligopoly, remember, this is an industry controlled by a small number of players and protected against new competition coming to the marketplace. that arrangement gives existing players enormous pricing power. we have talked about this with the airlines where my favorite right now are us airways for its merger with amr as well as spirit airlines for the ultra low cost growth play. people at jim cramer on twitter, ask the other airlines, those are the ones i like the best. the rental care oligopoly, hertz and railroads where i favor the short line. no, i don't, i favor norfolk southern. that's for a coal rebound. and especially kansas city southern for shale and autos up from mexico. and one more sector to put on the oligopoly board and that's the refiners. this may seem like an industry with too many players to be an oligopoly, cvr, then you have the big integrate
Mar 26, 2013 6:00pm EDT
obamacare laws. we don't have enough small business formation to offset the constant streamlining of every large business i know. ask yourself which companies are hiring aggressively. i can't think of any. so we don't get the bountiful gross domestic product numbers we might expect and we end up simply paying more for companies that can charge higher prices than we thought. at the same time, we pay less for companies to rely on foreign sales unless they're defensives as the drug companies which hit an 11-year -- highs can show you. it seems we will pay anything for the staples like coal gate and bryce total myers because they too build more with less. they build very little and the profits keep coming and coming and coming. and this catch-22 situation benefits so many different equities. as long as we don't build it, the fed will keep flooding the zone with money. at this saern point the factories will have to be built. at a certain point the companies that can use our new-found cheap energy, the chemicals, fertilizers and steels, except for nucore is down there and dow has done that
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